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Several schools are set to resume various athletic activities in June, but Michigan has yet to announce its plans for student-athletes in the fall, and there are no guarantees the Wolverines will be playing anytime soon.
"If there is no on-campus instruction then there won't be intercollegiate athletics, at least for Michigan," school president Mark Schlissel said, according to The Wall Street Journal's Melissa Korn and Laine Higgins. "(I had) some degree of doubt as to whether there will be college athletics (anywhere), at least in the fall."
Schlissel also said he isn't optimistic the Wolverines' football season - if it's played - will feature the traditional 100,000-person-crowd at Michigan Stadium.
"I can't imagine a way to do that safely," he said.
The NCAA Division I Council voted on Wednesday to approve voluntary athletic activities in football, men's basketball, and women's basketball. The SEC announced Friday it voted to allow in-person athletic activities on school campuses beginning June 8, while the Big 12 approved a three-phase plan to allow all eligible student-athletes to return to campuses for voluntary workouts as early as June 15.
Michigan's first football home game of the season is scheduled for Sept. 12 against Ball State.